At CVT, our mission is to help survivors of torture rebuild their lives. We work to do this in several ways.
CVT’s holistic approach to healing, which includes physical and psychological treatment, social service, and community connections, empowers survivors to rebuild their lives and overcome the trauma they have experienced.
But there are some kinds of care that CVT is not able to provide. We hope that these resources will provide that support.
In the U.S., CVT’s healing centers are located in Minnesota and Georgia. We also have centers in Ethiopia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya and Uganda. In most locations, CVT extends mental health and rehabilitative care to individuals who survived state-sponsored torture outside the United States.
Browse our office addresses and find the information you need to get in touch with us.
If you are seeking help but are not located near a CVT center, or if your problems are the result of other circumstances, please check the resources below for help. Please note that CVT does not conduct investigations of torture or provide legal support or case advocacy. If you need help in these areas, please check the referral listings below.
In the United States, if you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Mental Health Care & Abuse
Human Rights and Case Support
Torture Rehabilitation Resources